1st journal entry.
Hi! My names toonzsedaki, and I have a ACC account and whirled and a Whole lot others that shall be named at a later date
Greenlight: Time to get seriousWell EBF4's been on Greenlight for almost 3 days (http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=133229519), and although it started out pretty well, I fear that most of the support so far is from hardcore fans, and that things are gonna get worse soon.Greenlight: Time to get serious by *kupo707
I've got quite a lot of "No" votes... more than "Yes" votes now, and the ratio is getting worse...
"No" votes don't actually do anything (except hurt my feelings), but they could have been "Yes" votes.
According to Steam, the top 50 Greenlight games have on average 43,512 "Yes" votes, which is 60% of their total votes.
So I guess that's the kind of stats I should be aiming for.
Steam's stats are generally pretty crap though. They don't tell me how long the top games have been on Greenlight, or where traffic is coming from, and their tips for marketing are really basic.
Despite all the "No" votes, I'm not really getting much good feedback.
So far people have mentioned:
• "It looks like a Flash game (and those crappy Adventure Ques